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Ursula is the art magazine of Hauser & Wirth, featuring essays, profiles, films, interviews, original portfolios, and photography by some of the most thought-provoking writers and artists in the world.

Ursula: Issue 4

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We celebrate the fourth issue of Ursula with our cover feature, a conversation between collector and philanthropist Agnes Gund and Mark Bradford in which the two discuss social justice and their work on its behalf in the art world and beyond. As the artist Nayland Blake wrote recently on Twitter: 'The point is not to make an art world of absolute moral purity. The point is to stop pretending that you don't have to answer to your fellow citizens once you step inside of a museum'. Much in this issue speaks to that challenge.


English, Softcover


230 x 305 mm



Publication Date

Fall 2019


Featured in this issue

Agnes Gund and Mark Bradford on Art and Social Justice

From the cover of Issue 4

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To Be Many Kinds

Marking the centenary of the artist’s birth, an oral history of voices from Maria Lassnig’s life and work

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A Coney Island of the Viscera

Gary Indiana on the psychoanalytic writings of Louise Bourgeois

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Antiphony: Shayla Lawson after Lorna Simpson

A new poem in response to Lorna Simpson’s 2013 video piece ‘Chess’

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